Smart speakers that sound and play the part
Bang & Olufsen: the Beolab 90
From the design-forward audio fanatics at Bang & Olufsen comes this extraordinary vision of acoustic performance. True to the Beolab line, this latest iteration is part home tech, part statement art-piece. The Beolab 90 is the brand’s top-of-the-line speaker and takes its extravagant place among the world’s most advanced digital speakers.
And with its sculptural design, wood base, brushed-gold trim and aluminium frame, we’re in love. And we haven’t started on the sound.
Per B&O, the Beolab 90 is “the culmination of their wildest dreams” – and the initiation of our own. The 65kg structure houses a cluster of drivers and amplifiers that pull together to deliver 8,200 watts of raw power and acoustic precision. And of course it’s just dying to connect to your other B&O speakers or Beovision Harmony TV.
The Beolab 90 is made to order and can be customised to suit your own, impeccable taste.
Naim Mu-so for Bentley speaker
We could happily accessorise our living room with the Naim Mu-so for Bentley speaker and never even plug it in. The breathtakingly sleek speaker blends old-world aesthetics with cutting-edge tech, through a 12-year-old partnership between the auto legend and the audiophiles at Naim.
This special edition Mu-so features lacquered Ayous, a sustainable African hardwood, along with metallic accents and a copper-threaded speaker grille. Should you decide to plug it in, the Mu-so is fabulously connectible, multi-room ready, and delivers an award-winning level of single-box sound quality.
For those who don’t wish to share their sound experience, the Naim Mu-so speaker pairs elegantly with the Focal for Bentley Radiance headphones. Taking inspiration from the auto legend’s signature diamond quilting, the headphones feature a dashing grill on the ear cup, along with full-grain leather, solid aluminium and alluring copper finishes.
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